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Fish can swim into your diet a few times a week. The latest dietary advice from the American Heart Association recommends that we consume at least two servings of fish weekly. A sea of research indicates that omega-3 fatty acid-rich foods, especially fish, are heart-healthy, helping lower everything from those nasty triglycerides (fat in your blood) to the risk of sudden death. Try Mediterranean meals such as fish stew loaded with fresh tomatoes and vegetables, fish baked with olives and tomatoes, or seafood grilled with olive oil and fresh herbs.

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